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Curated research library of TV news clips regarding the NSA, its oversight and privacy issues, 2009-2014

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Primary curation & research: Robin Chin, Internet Archive TV News Researcher; using TV News Archive service.

Speakers

Sarah Dollof
MSNBC reporter
MSNBCW 03/10/2014
Dollof: Good afternoon, the main message that Edward Snowden had to the audience, is that encryption is key and accountability is very necessary in this point. When he first hopped on the screen it was to a very receptive audience who applauded and cheered for him, several thousand people here watching in person and countless others streaming online now. Snowden appeared before a background of the U.S. constitution and spoke about the need for accountability for government agencies doing this mass surveillance.
Sarah Dollof
MSNBC reporter
MSNBCW 03/10/2014
Dollof: He (Edward Snowden) also discussed the need for people to take their own steps, some internet browser plugins things like that to protect themselves and the need for people to stand up to these government agencies and stand up against this mass surveillance to send a message to other countries who may feel that if the NSA or other agencies continue with this mass surveillance, it will just be a green light for other countries to either start their own programs or to up their scrutiny of people's private lives.
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